7. Poznań Półmaraton 2014

Poznań (Poland), Sunday 6 April 2014

Poznan Half Marathon, Poland (Photo by courtesy of Poznan Half Marathon; Author: A. Ciereszko)


Around 6,000 runners took part in the 2013 edition of the half marathon in Poznań, a dynamic and prosperous city of more than half a million people in western Poland.

Poznań is not only an important trade centre on the rail line between Berlin and Warsaw, the city is also well known for its vibrant arts and culture scene.

The half marathon begins and ends at the eastern end of Lake Malta, a popular recreational area situated about four kilometres east of the historic quarter.

The route is a rather flat and fast loop through residential and green areas in the eastern and southern parts of the city.

The time limit to complete the race is three hours.


Country: Poland

Venue (Map): Poznań (276km from Berlin, 308km from Warsaw, 433km from Prague)

Date: 6 April 2014 (Sunday)

Race distance: 21.1km (AIMS/IAAF-certified)

Start time: 10.00

Start: ul. Arcybiskupa Antoniego Baraniaka (near the eastern end of Lake Malta)

Finish: ul. Wiankowa (at the eastern end of Lake Malta)

Entries: online or in person in Poznan; entries close 30 March 2014; entry limit 7000 runners

Entry fees: 70 PLN (up to 16 March 2014); 80 PLN (up to 30 March 2014)

Exchange rate: 70 PLN = ca. 16.70 EUR (December 2013)

Timing: ChampionChip — 5 PLN off the entry fees if you use your own timing chip

Race centre: Hala Arena, ul. Wyspiańskiego 33 (Friday 4 April and Saturday 5 April 2014, until 8pm)

You get: T-shirt; finisher medal; massage service; free accommodation option in a sports hall (on Friday and Saturday); pasta party (2 PLN; on Saturday)

Showers, changing facilities, baggage storage: yes

Prizes: to the first 3 M/F and to the first 3 in each category

Number of finishers 2013: 5747

Event website (in Polish and English): halfmarathon.poznan.pl


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